Inky Flower by Lynne Moncrieff



For this collage, I wanted a fluid, inky feel to the background panel also echoing in the AB Chipboard flower. 



Onto the panel, white Gesso was applied with small areas of Texture Paste. To this, randomly stamping the large circle from Scribbled Words stamp set and then almost obliterating this stamping with more white Gesso. Distress Re-inkers were applied, allowing to air dry. 

Once dry, Pearl Inks were added in Bronze and Black before laying aside to air dry.  

There was much more success with colour saturation in working with That's Crafty! Pearl Inks in comparison to the Distress Re-inkers. 

Turning attention to the chipboard flower, with dip pen and the Black Pearl Ink, creating scribbly, loose lines and adding hints of Tea Dye Re-inker. 

A Craftyboard Circle was covered with watercolour paper prepared with Walnut Ink and Bronze and Black Pearl Inks

onto which the chipboard flower was layered. 

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  1. Such a fabulous background Lynne x I love the inky feel you have created with an array of products x The circle with your cute chipboard flower is the perfect companion x Thank you for sharing your process too xx

  2. Muchisimas gracias!!!Excelente!!!Gracias por compartirlo!!!


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